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If you’re looking for bathroom inspiration, you’ve come to the right place. Browse our pick of the best bathroom ideas for modern, country and traditional schemes.

  • Modern bathroom with square white tiles and freestanding oval bath tub

    A modern freestanding oval bath fits neatly into a small bathroom and boosts the impression of space.  A shallow shelf out from the wall cleverly hides waste pipes and adds character to the room, while the plain white tiles and black grouting enhance the modern aesthetic. The shelf also provides the ideal spot for house plants, adding vibrant green to the navy and white colour scheme.

  • Traditional blue bathroom with Belfast sink, gold taps and towel ladder

    This traditional bathroom benefits from a splash of rich blue on the wood-panelling and the eclectic sink stand. The reenergising hue of blue is enhanced by the surrounding white walls. Gleaming gold taps and fittings help to enrich the overall scheme. A generous butler sink basin retains a more traditional feel. While a circular mirror and stacked towel ladder both add a more contemporary touch.  The floor looks striking thanks bold Moorish-style tiles.

  • Traditional blue and white bathroom with roll-top bath and patterned floor tiles

    The bathroom is the ideal room in which to have a little fun with colour and pattern. This bathroom features wood-panelling painted in a rich shade of blue to off-set the white walls above. The floor sports a bold Moorish-style tiles that incorporates both blue and neutral shades, seamlessly tying it into the scheme. Even the Cast Iron Bath Company tub has been given a splash of colour, thanks to a coat of Farrow & Ball’s Calamine shade.

  • Bathroom with traditional free-standing silver bath and window shutters

    This bathroom space screams modern country cool. The wow factor of the free-standing silver bathtub as the freedom to shine thanks to its simple surroundings. Elegant window shutter provide all the privacy necessary for this show-stopping silver tub.

  • Modern white bathroom with frameless walk-in shower, marble wall tiles and brass fittings

    A walk-in shower with frameless panels looks barely there, an ideal solution for small bathrooms. White walls provide an understated backdrop for modern marble wall tiles and on-trend charcoal grey floor tiles. Brass fittings and accessories add a further contemporary edge.

  • Compact bathroom with free-standing roll top bath and green wood panelling

    The wood panelling is painted in a charming shade of sage green. This helps the wood detail to stand out from the remaining white walls. A simple vase filled with flowers helps to add a further touch to this traditional bathroom scheme.

  • Corner of a bathroom with woven chair and beach hut patterned blind

    The corner of this bathroom is dressed to impress. With a charming Lloyd Loom-style woven chair paired with a delicate floral cushion. The beach hut illustrated fabric blind adds a touch of coastal charm.

  • Country style bathroom with free-standing bath and blue painted walls

    This tranquil bathroom space makes the best use of a corner space with sloping ceilings with a free-standing bath. The wood panelling is painted in a rich shade of blue to add some colour to an otherwise neutral scheme.

    A towel ladder is the perfcet accessory on which to hang the matching white and blue bathroom towels.

  • Bathroom towel ladder dressed with decorative floral towels

    Create a calming spa feel in your bathroom with simple accessories, such as a traditional towel ladder. Bring authentic appeal with bamboo and wood accessories, alongside petal-patterned towels. Capture a spa-like freshness with a light and luminous colour palette.

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    Buy now: Robin Wood Storage Ladder, £89, Made

  • Neutral bathroom with Velux window and potted plants

    Temper neutral shades in the bathroom with addition of greenery to create a calming oasis. Velux windows will ensure that light floods through and bounces off white tiles. Wood accessories such as a bath caddy and a bathroom duckboard in place of a traditional bath mat add warmth.

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    Modern bathroom with metro tiles and dark grout and wood-effect floor tiles

    If you want your bathroom to look traditional but on-trend, you can’t go wrong with metro tiles and dark grouting. To save money or achieve a softer look, tile the wall up to the halfway point and paint the top half in a soft grey. Add wood-effect floor tiles and a wooden toilet seat to break up the grey and white.

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    Buy now: Similar floor tiles, £30 per sq m, Walls and Floors
    Buy now: Similar metro tiles, Topps Tiles

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    Cloakroom with Penguin Library wallpaper and blue mosaic splashback

    A cloakroom is the ideal spot for bold decor. It’s a small space so you can afford to pick bold wallpaper and strong hues that you’d hesitate to use elsewhere. This Penguin Library wallpaper works wonderfully, and the blue mosaic tiles above the sink add an extra splash of colour.

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    Buy now: Penguin Library wallpaper by Osborne & Little, £79 per roll, Wallpaper Direct

  • Classic bathroom with large-format tiles and corner bath

    Classic bathroom with large-format tiles and corner bath

    Although it is a retro design idea, this corner bath gives this space a spa-like feel. Large-format tiles accentuate the size of this bathroom. A striped monochrome rug and open shelves give this room a contemporary update without distracting from the overall look.

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    Buy now: Similar tiles, Topps Tiles 

  • Large en suite shower room with rainwater shower

    Large en suite with rainwater shower

    Add warmth with natural wood. In this en suite shower room, oak floorboards and an oak-topped freestanding vanity stop the white scheme looking clinical. Grey grout adds interest to the white tiling, too. In an attic bathroom, place a rainwater shower head as high up as you can, even if it means it’s at the top of the ceiling.

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    Buy now: similar rainwater shower, £99, Bathstore

  • Classic country bathroom with wood panelling and roll-top bath

    Classic country bathroom with wood panelling and roll-top bath

    If you want to create a completely classic country bathroom, you won’t go far wrong with wood panelling. When it comes to varnish choices, a mid to darkish colour will keep the look traditional. Let the grains of the wood shine out for the best effect. Choose a pale-coloured bath for brightening contrast.

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    Buy now: bath, Fired Earth

  • Luxe country bathroom with freestanding claw-foot bath

    Luxe country bathroom with freestanding claw-foot bath

    Make the most of a sloped ceiling with a freestanding bath placed near a low-level window. Shutters are a great option, as they can be opened when you want to enjoy the view or shut when you want your privacy.

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    Buy now: bath, The Cast Iron Bath Company
    Buy now: taps, Perrin & Rowe

  • Grey bathroom with large freestanding bathtub

    Grey bathroom with large freestanding bathtub

    A space-saving wall niche helps maintain the streamlined appearance of this bathroom. Wall-mounted taps also help to keep the look uncluttered by mundane pieces. Simple sophistication is the key, with beautiful tiling and a large tub just made for a good soak.

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    Buy now: similar bath, Victoria Plum

  • Roomy attic en suite with Velux window

    Roomy attic en suite with Velux window

    This spacious-feeling bathroom shows just how roomy an attic en suite can be. Even with sloped ceilings on both sides, the room manages to feel open and light. Choose a large bath instead of a shower, as you might struggle to find the head height.

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    Buy now: bath and basin, both Duravit

  • Striking monochrome bathroom with glossy black bathtub

    Striking monochrome bathroom with glossy black bathtub

    This is a well-thought-out scheme that is designed to wow. But it’s not as complicated as it looks. Turning black and white checked tiles on their side to create a diamond-style pattern is a simple trick to add impact and interest. Meanwhile a fabulous tub and a hit of red have eye-catching properties all of their own.

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    Buy now: Royce Morgan Crystal 1680 freestanding bathtub, £768.75, Victorian Plumbing

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